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MONDAY, MARCH !. 188G.
OCHANMU S. S. CO.
3Iar.ni oil, from I he Colonies for San
FiiincUeo, March 111.
Mariposa, from San J'r.nncIco for the
Colonics, Miu eh 20.
Geo. W. Kldcr, for San FraiieNco,
Stiiir Cio V Klder from San I'rsiuclsco
.Stinr Iwaliuil fiom Kauai
Stiur.tas MnKcc fiom Kiipnu
.SchrMalolo from J.itup.iliouliui'
Schr Kliukal fiom Wai.ihm
Stinr Kinan for Wlndwaid P01M ami
Iho Volcano at I in
Slmr Klkcliki' for ICnliiilul nud liana nt
r p in
Slmr. I 1 Downed for I'.tiii mid Haiku
31 111 i-li K
.Stinr lwiiliinl for Kauai
Sehr 31ury rosier for IColoa
RUnoMary Whikcliiinu for San Fiuii-
Stinr .Ins Makee for ICnpaa via Wala-
Slmr W fl Hall for WlinhMird Toils
Schr J'liukal for Waialua
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Geo V Klitrr. Aekloy
Itrlg Allli' Howe, Phillip
llktui) Mary Wlnkchnaii. Ruckus
Uirtuo Colli tuuy Foul, Miller
lSgtne G (3 Poiklns, Ackorinan
Turn Kva, AVikiuan
Ilk C () Wliltinoii', Thompson
Tern Lot tio rniilli'lil, Uliigay
Ship Sthllnghlre. Alexander
l'rom Sail FiauoUeo, per George W
Elder, 31aich 7th Caliln: C II Colt,
wife mill MiiViint. .f S Longhead, T R
Fo-ter, Capt .1 11 ICnowlo, Cnpl Rollcs.
W T Macoinber, Mis It Dorinau mill
son, Mis X Hoiry. Sand Jenkins, wife
ami daughter, W Rackii.. It E Finhiy,
C (.lnckiin. K R llciiriri, F 31 Lewis,
C.ipt Ceo linker. Capt .1 G linker, Clin'.
Putnam ami wife. 0 .lolcnt. I) fl Katon
ami wife, 3h K J. Peek. C Cleit, .1 A
Silva, Lucn Keo. I at Wo; Steeiago:
J .1 Gieon, 3Iamiel .lo-epli. Jt Dale,
Caleb Lunard, W A Dlhline. Stephen
Smith. Chew Wall Won":. 31 W Lowell,
.I110 31 Donavon, W S Talier ami II
From Kauai, per Iwalanl. 3Iareh 7lh
G S Gav, Miss K Gay. llninolil Gay,. I J
"Williams Walter MoHrydc, D Monar
rat. Mrs Dickenson. W K Itowull, G X
"Wilcox, T I'ro-ke, I Chinese anil CO
'i'lie htcaiucr Geo W Klder. Aoklcy
innster, left San FianeUeo February
27(h at 2 l". m. For tlucc days out cry
strong westei 1 V and 1101 lliw ostei ly w bids
with occasional Mpinlls anil very heavy
(.well. On the foiutli day, Mai eh 2ml.
weather moilernlcd and until anival
fine weather and smooth 'ea. She
1.. omriii .limn! 'inn ion', fieli'lit.
The barkciitinc Malay was loading at
Svdnev .rnuuaiy 28th for Honolulu.
'Thc'3Iarv Winkelinan leeelvcd sugar
from the Dowsed, 3lalolo and Kliukal
this morning. She will sail for Sau
Fiuiicl.co to-niouow afternoon.
The steamer Dowsed In ought 1.250
Mi"iii'fioni 1'aia and Haiku, Satuiday.
The Kva received 2,22'J Migur from
the Iwaliuil this 11101 nlng.
The steamer Iwalanl brought 2,220
bags of .sugar, HI gieeu hldeb, 10 cattle
and 1 1 calves. She Mills this CTcnlng at
Tho steamer Jas Mtikec brought 2,"ii0
bags of Migar and r.O gieen hide-.
The chooner 3Ialolo luought 1,200
bags of sugar from Laiipahoehoo yes
The whaler 3lary and Helen after re
ceiving her mail by the Elder tills
morning ct sail for the Arctic.
The Rtcanieis V fl Hall sails to-mor-iow
at :i o'clock and the Jas 31akeo at
noon, the latter for Kap.ia via AVaiaime.
The schooners1 Anna unci Itosatio will
sail fiom Kahiilul for San Fiunei-co
with sugar this week. The latter ves
sel ni lived tlieio on the Slid Inst, In bal
last from Sau FrancNco. Tho Clans
Spieekcls arrived nt the above poit on
thu Mil Inst with u general caigo. The
.1 C Foul and Selliia put toseafiom
Kaliulul on the :iid lnt with sugar for
Tho steamer 3lokolli 111 lived Satuiday
evening with f.00 bags of sugar, 11 green
Jilde, 10 cattle and 2 horses. She was
detained at Kaunakakal Filday after
noon in taking cattle on boaul. She
will go upon the 3lmlno Jlallwny this
afternoon to bo cleaned and will sail to
11101 low. . ,
TI10 Irwin sailed 011 tho 27th of Fcb
runiy and thu Calbaiien and AV S
Jlowno about tliu 1st lut fiom San
FrancK'o for this jioit. Tho Hope
from Tort Town-end 011 tho 20th of
Febiiiary, and the Amelia live dajs
Inter for Honolulu. The Ceylon sailed
from Hongkong for this pit, January
27th. Tho UiitMi hai k Tycoon sailed
from Xew castle, X S W, January ill d,
the baik Chas It Kenny, January lUlli,
ami tho Star of Devon, Fehruaiy
27lh, with coal for this port, and tho
harks Cap and Sonoma and barkentiues
Undo John and Knto Uickluger weio
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: Geo.AV. Klder will bail Friday.
1 T '
Y. M. 0. A. book-kt'oping class nt
7 this ovoniiitf.
SiKiAit bus taken another tumble
:i-l(i of 11 cent 11 pound.
Tin: tent meetings luivo been sus
pended until Fiidny next.
I'uuHi'.lt Hedges, of tho Geo. AV.
Elder, bus our tlianks for n good lilo
of Califoi nia papers.
Tin: Chinese passongois by tho
Elder yesteidny weio put in ijuiuan
tino on Kwa sido of tho bay.
Tin: steanier Iwnluni sails this
ovcniiib' for Kauni ana JJjilmu, call-
placo for tin
31ns, X. IJcrry, who nnivcil from
tin- Const yesterday, wns a sister of
the Into 3IifcH Harbour, whom who
en 1110 to take homo.
K. 1 Adamh & Co. sell out Hie
barber's shop opposite Dodd's stables
at 10 to-morrow, and at noon hold nn
iniportnnt sale of shnrr.
'I'm; new tinifoims for the Queen's
Own came Ity the ship Stiilingsliiie
fiom Liveijiool, and will piobnbly be
distributed on Thursday night.
31 it. 15. It. llendiy, who caine by
the Klilor yesteidny, is said to liuve
leturned heie to take 11 Goveinineitt
jiosilion, pioliably Assistant I'ost-
I)u. .Ids. Jtceve, liydropatliie phy-
sician, him put tip a shingle on Hotel
sheet, and on .Snliudity a young
lady, looking at (ho sign fiom across
tho iouiI, lead it "liyiliophobic pliy-
sician" ami spoko of luu..liug lier
A i'iiAM.i:.N(in lilio niateli at TiOO
yuiils will take place at tho Cii-ino
range next Wednesday afternoon, be
tween Frank lliggins, of the Ha
waiian Kille Association, and Col.
Wintliiop 31. 3Ierrill, of Uoston,
I.v connection with the purchase of
tho Aiustialiii and Xculandiii by the
Oceanic Company, the Kan Francisco
".Mcieliniit" mentions it us piohahlo
that eie long theie will be tii-weekly
mail sen ice between the Coast anil
'I'm: fiiends of our former young
fellow fitioii, Joe ltilson, will be
pleased to hear lie has lecoiveil the
appointment as cleil: of the iiHini
eipal boaid of (lie town of Wigton,
('iimlieilauil, Kngland, with 11 salary
of E200 a year.
Tm:iu 3tujesties the King and
Queen intend leaving by the steamer
V. U. Hall lo-inoriow afternoon fur
Ilonoliinti, wiieie (lie Sunday-school
convention will be held. It has been
piopoM'd that during their absence
the Queen's Own stand guiiiil nt the
L. .). Li:vi:r at 10 to-niouow will
sell the sin plus ininiigiiiut stoics
fiom tlie bark Stiilingshiio; also, a
lot of Hialuna fowls and game poul
try, and f0 bales hay ; nil at lliewei's
wlniif. Xext, at noon, lie will oiler
tho wooden building on Fort street
lately occupied by AV. 15. Foster.
A.v excellent peiformancc was
given by the 3Icrry 3lakeis to n email
audience on Saturday night. The
pillory and lope tiioks, after Slnde,
by .Mrs. Xoiton, were elcveily exe
cuted, and the fniees were very
amusing. 3Ir. Xornian, who is to ic
ceivc a benefit to-morrow night, gave
some lino specimens of vociilisin.
San Fiancisco leporteis liesieged
3Ir. J. W. 3IeCaithy on his arrival
over, getting fioiii one to two columns
about him for each paper. Mae was
very facetious about the mittiike of
Gov. Stoneninii in addicssing liis
leiuiiflition to "His Itoyul Highness"
instead of to "His Alnjesty." He
was going to claim his otlice and
spoko of his safe having been "bur
glarized," also was going to complain
against the Amciiciiu Minister .Resi
dent foi interfering in his ease.
MeCiuthj was admitted to ifU.OOO
bail to answer the indictment found
against liini for embezzlement.
3In. Charles Hiiani's house on tho
plains was entered on Saturday night,
the buiglar blowing out 11 light in
3Ir. anil Mrs. Hiiani's 100111 and get
ting away with K1 in silver coin. On
the same ineniiig a native woman
saw a man leaving her house 011
3launakca stieet, and discovered that
!?! had been stolon from the pocket
of a dicss hanging in her room. 31 r.
George Patterson, hackinau, surprised
an intiuder rummaging his room on
Emma stieet the same night, who
lied when challenged by him. It is
also H'porled that tho (storehouse in
tho Government ynid wasburglniized
on Fiiday night, and some tools and
11 large hunch of keys stolen.
3fn. and 3Irs. .Samuel Jenkins and
daughter, whoso iinines 1110 in the
pnssongor list of the Geo. AV. Elder,
ate on a visit to 31r, James Kjlo, of
(he Honolulu Marino Railway. Tliey
ate completing 11 tour of visitation
among fiiends in the Ihilish Islands,
Canada, tho United States and Hono
lulu, going hence on tho next steanier
for the Colonies. 3lr. Jenkins is pro
prietor of tlie Port Adelaide, South
Australia, Miuinc Railway, having
learned tho business of shipbuilding
many ycius ago along with his pie
sent host in the building yiud of the
hitter's father tit Daitinouth, Xovn
Scotia, where the lirst essols of tho
Cuuard clipper line weio constructed.
Some of tho vessels built there,
wot ked at and sailed in by 3! r. . ton
kins, made tiiiusatlantic passages
that have yet to bo beaten. 31rs,
Jenkins is a sister of 3Ir. Lylo, whom
ho had not scon for over thirty years
until yesteidny. She visited their
mothor at the old homo on tho pre
sent tour, finding her enjoying tho
possession of her faculties, with
health and strength, at tho ago of
Greece, has submitted under pro
test to tho wishes of tho Powers,
niul hence tho proposed attack upon
the Greek licet will not take place.
I'rineo Alexander litis arrived as
11 ruler in Philippopolis, the capital
of Hoiiuiolia, his new province, and
1iivj bceu received with enthusiasm!
Jug nt tho latter
I'll m tor's boiler.
(San Francisco, Feb, 7lfi, per S.
.S'. Geo. II". JSttM.)
HAWAll.t.V CO.M'l'.ltN'J IX THIJ
Washington advices of Feb. 22
sny the sub-coinmittee of Ways and
31 cans, on the Hawaiian reciprocity
treuty, consisting of 31111s, Iliscock
and Muylwry, is in favor of termin
ating the treat'. Morrioon was to
luive soveral men appear before tlie
committee to show that it has bene
lltcd two men piineiplly, Clans
Spieekcls and Ah Foiijf, a Chiim
iiidii who is the second largest
planter on tlie island. It would be
shown (hat the, niaehineiy used in
making llin sugar there is bought in
Scotland and that the trade of the
islands lins not been brought to this
country to as great an extent as was
anticipated when the reciprocity
treaty was adopted.
A despatch of the 2-lth mentions
.1 report made by 3Ir. John .Seailcs,
tlie Government Commissioner who
visited the Islands to gain informa
tion regarding the working of the
treaty, as follows : "He ays that if
we had made the Islands ;i present
of every dollar's worlh of goods
they have bought fiom this country
and had collected tint es 011 their
sugars, we should have made no
loss. As to the effect of the treaty
on this country, 3Ir. i-'oarles says
that the piicc of reflncd sugar in
San Francisco since the Ucaty went
into effect has averaged two cents
per pound more than in New Yoik,
wheic every pound has- paid full
duty, lie speaks in bitter terms of
the course pursued by Clans Sprcck
eis. For seven years he was tiie
dictator of the planters. However,
during the past year they rebelled
against ins autocracy and are seek
ing to break his coinincictal, if not
his political, power. They have
secured possession of a small re
linery in San Francisco, which they
hope to operate successfully in con
nection with their sugar estate1 in
the islands. But Sir Chius has de
termined upon their destruction,
and this explains the uupreccdcntly
low prices now ruling in San Fran
cisco only about one cent above
the New York figures.
"Tlie reasons why the treaty
should be abrogated are: First, on
account of the enormous loss in
levenuc to this country, which is
practically paid out of the pockets
of our taxpayeis and into thu
pockets of a small company of sugar
planters and speculator, the pro
duction has assumed proportions
never dreamed of w lien the treat
was made, and the crop is still
steadily increasing ; secondly, it has
not diicctly or indirectly benefited
tlie consumers of sugars in this
country, but lias brought the pro
duct of the Islands in direct com
petition with our sugar producers
and manufacturers; thirdly, the
treaty has not benefited, but has,
on the contiury, injured the Sand
wich Islands, demoralizing and
destroying the native population
and substituting Chinese and other
Asiatics, while the American influ
ence in the affairs of I ic Islands,
except so far as it is exorcised for
tlie hellish interests of an individual,
has been weakened."
Mr. Carter, the Hawaiian Minis
ter, regards tho attack on the treaty
as the outgrowth of business jeal
ousy between the refiners of New
York and San Francisco.
Tlie latest news was that the
Ways and Means Committee would
give a hearing to the California
delegation, Feb. 27, on tho subject
of tlie Hawaiian treat'. It was
thought Feltou and Moivow, of the
delegation, would suppui t the treaty,
and Ilenlcy oppose it.
A.V ANNEXATION MIX.
A Washington e iricspondont sends
tho following sloiy abi.ad: An e
3!iuister of Foieign All'iiis of the
Hawaiian Government who is in
Washington says that t lei many in
tends to scin tho Sandwich Islands.
Secietaiy iiiiyiud has considered this
matter of suHicient impoitance to
addiess a note to King Kalakiuin on
tlie subject. II. A. 1'. Carter, the
Hawaiian .Minister to this country,
went to Fuiopo last fall. It was
stated at tlie time thai tho chief
object of his visit was In .onfer with
Hismmck in legird to the futuie
sei.uie of the islands. It was soon
after his depaituio tint tho State
Depaitniont informed tho Hawaiian
Government Hint (ho independence
of (hat country had hem guauintccd
by the United States, as well as by
Kngland and France, and that this
(omitty would piovon. any foreign
GnvkTiiniont taking contiol of the
islands, it is said tlml tho Sandwich
Islands will be the only highway inn
of tnivel across tlie I'ac '.(le when the
l'auaina canal or some other means
of ship tianspoitation ucioss the
isthmus is' completed. The islands
would lie the inoct ini ntant stnito
gie point of tlie Faeilic ocean, it is
also said that the men who 1110 most
interested in a lmiinci.il way in the
islands aie not averse to the contiol
of tho islands passing to tho (iciuian
A 'inANS-i'pinc i'Mii.i:.
At a special nicotine, Feb. 21, tho
llotiid of Trustees of tho Sau Fran
cisco Chamber of Commerce lienid
the commfrulon ." nj,i Hm Colonial
Ooiuruit'ctitscc i" .nlngihcpropond
cubit across the Pacific. 31r. AVand,
who accompanies Sir Alexander
Sdtart, was present. It is their in
tention to make application to (his
Gnu'iinnent for a sulxidv of fi per
cent uf the capital leipiiieil, (hill
being (he percentage contemplated
to lie contributed by each of tho in
terested Governments, TheeMimnted
capital requited is !f2,l()0,(K)0. The
route proposed touches Honolulu
and connects with the Fiji Islands,
extending from Sydney to Sun Fian
cisco. The life of a submarine cable
is about (welve years. The proceeds
of the subsidies will in part go (o
(he accumulation of a fund for Hie
renewal of the cable. The Aiistinlian
Colonics are perfectly willing to
furnish their quodi, provided that the
"lotind world" rates nie lowered.
The prevent Eastern cluuges for
cablegrams ate nf an average of 12s.
per woid, but it isdesiied to decrease
this into by the (r.uiR-l'.ietlie cable fo
as low us 2. Id. per word. Xew Zea
land, tho Atlantic Coast States nud
the Hawaiian Government niougiocd
and anxious to foiwaid tho scheme.
The Dominion of Camilla is favorable
towards i(, but iiatuially enough
would piefer to liae the cnble lei
niiiius at Victoiia, Hiitish Columbia.
After the geneial diseiivion Colonel
C. L. Tnyloi, of the Koai.l of Tius
tees, oll'eied iesolutinns, which weie
unanimously adopted, iriving the
Chamber's coidial eiidoisement to
the scheme, nud icities(in (he Cali
fornia delegation in Congiess to use
its influence to assist the progiess of
tliepiojecl by such mean as may bo
deemed wise and expedient.
'i in: oniANir comimnv nrvs Tin:
The "Altn" of Feb. 2.") says : "Con
fiinuitiou of the rcpoit of the pin
ehuse of the Pacific 3lail Steamship
Company steameis Zc.iliindiii and
Australia fiom John Kldir Al- Co. of
Glasgow was furnished yesteidoy
aftei 110011 by 3lr. V. A. Hpieckels, of
the Oceanic Steamship Company, the
puiehii'-eis. 31 r. Sprockets could not,
lie said go into details of price and
tho trade for which they will be used
at pu'sent, but in legiud to (he fotmer
William Center, of the same com
pany, said that the amount paid was
consideiably less than the now
steameis could be built for. It was
the company's desire to build Amoii
can vessels and sail them under the
American flag, but (o the enormous
dillbience between cost of construc
tion and purchase is added the fact
that tho pioposed new ship-, as mail
eanieis, would be at tbeineicy of the
Postinastei-Gcneial, who could fix
the rate for mail (service to suit his
own views. Tlie business of the
purchase was conducted with 31 r.
l'careo entirely by cable, and from
tlie date tlie purchase wn- deteiiuined
upon it was pushed foiwaid witli as
much energy as possible. The 3Inil
Company will relinquish possesion
of both vessels immediately upon
their next arrival inpoit. Tlie new
acquisitions inako five steamers in
tlie possession or contiol of the com
pany, the tluce former being (he
Alameda, 3Iaiiposa and .Mararoa.
From another souice it wns lea 1 nop
that the purchase price was some
thing less than if 100,000 each." Oilier
leports state that tho puiehnsed
steamers will sail under (lw Hawaiian
Hag. Foreign-built vet. els nn not
admissible to Ameiicaii registry.
A war of rates is raging on the
transcontinental railways. On the
latest date tickets were selling in
San Francisco as follow: Chicago,
unlimited, Gf ; limited, SiJ.'l ; third
class, 820. New York, unlimited,
$78; limited, S 18; third-class, 830.
Tlie end was not in view. There is
also heavy rate-cutting in Chicago.
Tlie steamer liichaid Hush lias
returned fiom the Arctic with no
tidings of the missing whaler Ame
thyst. John B. Gough, tlie eminent tem
perance lecturer, died at Frank
ford, near Philndelphiu, Feb. 18,
aged 09. His wife and other rela
tives were at his bedside. He was
struck with paralysis while lecturing
at the Frankford Presbyterian
Church on Monday, Feb. l., and it
has been recalled that the last words
he uttered were: "Young man,
make your record ele-in." Mr.
Gough traveled the Knglish world
with his remaikab'.e eloquence, re
ceiving fees as high as SI, 000 a
night. Tlie hist time lie visited
California was in 1881, when ho had
to givo up a lectuie engagement
half-fulfilled on account of poor
Senator Stanford has introduced
a bill to establish a quarantine sta
tion at San brancisco.
The Hoiibu of Hoprescntativcs lias
passed the bill foifeitiug thu land
grant of the Atlantic and Pacific
In tho Senate tlie Grant Monu
ment bill has been pasod.
Moody and Sankoy aie 11 revela
tion to Now Orleans, and the effect
tliey are having is lemarkable. On
Sunday thoy held seven services and
addressed 10,000 different persons.
Over COO attended their inquiry
meetings, of whom, the Times
Democrat says, "it is carefully
estimated over 1100 confessed Christ.
Such an interest in religions exer
cises wa never before seen in New
Queen Victoria is going to Italy
in April with Cluistino,
On ur about March 15, 1886,
Z. K. MEYERS, Agent.
jTr J Ji JJLilJJLPJUJJLjJl
C-.VIVIJP.be '-.IAS BLOCK,
Oon .r of Fort & Merchant Streets,
i-.:s jut opened out a lar"o and carefully selected stock of
6 .iit's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Oustom.3Iado Clothing, and Hats and Caps
i: all tie Latest stylus aid Pattens.
OiT I'li.tlculir iti.iitlon is called lo an elegant Hue of Gent's Neckwear.
0-AGE TO LET.
ili Paui Valley, between Nuunim
jud 1 I'hbowl Streets. 0 rooms,
Kit ben ni' Hath, U.u 1:0 House and
Sta'j, 1 con ven it e. Kent $1S
per "Minlli Apply ut 1 .1) King Strict,
or 1 n tho ; . ini-CH. lip 3w"
mf1LJ&, . " house and premises on
fiSwNa. ''!"" Mu el, opposite 'he
MtdB - nlim-u ol .1 is. (limipb II,
Ki , and w octuplcd by Capt. O.
.In fson. I'owttdiin given on or inter
thf luih ii. . Appl) to
F A. SCI1AKFEK.
llennlu.i M irch 1, l'S,. 67 iw
D. nolir- on ol" (Jo-purtnor-ship.
rp"'7R p:i Mierslilp heMeforo existing
JL bctv 11 MAX KOKAHT 1 ad
.U KPH '"UHASH, u.-lcr tho t'rm
1111 of 1 Hawaiian ,li wel M amine,
toi. , is ti day dibsohi'd by mut nil
coi" nt. ' business ill bo eiuned
on . y Mr X KUIvAKT, who will .is.
til. .' all debts of sj.ii I concern, and
lib lis 1! vlll bu pin iblc to him.
64 Jl KCKAH '.
Tl U. Vi KCKAIIT, Miiiiiifiictu. ng
X l. .Te r, hns removed to tho f tc
fo.. -rly upli'd by J. A. Pulmcr, 1 oxt
ib - to 1 G. Iiwin fs C'o.'s, 1 ort
to ti .ed, per Stirlingshire, ai !
olli p pale, nt lowest l.ltcs,
IE & Burke's Sto'rt,
aurtu and Pints;
i.. & Burke's Pale Ale
tarts ami Pints,
E. ic 1. 1 -rko's Sparkling L lo,
U I Jtinrts and Pints. I v
us great plcnsuro to testify
are higldy biitislled villi
:uid .Sleaui Niiiigition Com.
Ii. Ik. It t
e ', mid '
re 1 oiids
0. a I raw
to tlie voieuno. wi be-
the best and moat eon t id
o much pleasure in worn.
10 the notice of Intending
Vvu have looked oci the
"itteu about this road, find
inled In the same fully ror-
' Mi tho reality, without Mug
...M CHAWFORI), Oregon.
'.. ')VN, Kan Francisco,
HOVN, Sau FruncUc.
i' eh. 21, 188(1. O'J tf
- UK I
Ill') Muit Durable and Prettiest
for Cldl'' . u's clothes, especially Hoys'
. .Us, that you ever saw,
ARK FOR SALE 1)Y
Oawfcle Sc Coolce.
rpiIK Union Hair Dressing Saloon has
X been ro-opened by C. Molteno, as
temporary artist. 08 2w
IN DRAWING AND PAINTING;
water colors and oils: perspective,
etc. R. O. BARNFIELD,
GO lm No. 1 Kukul Street.
A DIVIDEND of One Dollar per
juL Share on the capital stock of the
People's Ice it Refrigerator Co. will be
payable on the 8th day of March, be.
twten the hours of 12 and 4 i-.M., nt the
company's ollloc, corner of Fort and
07 4t W. E. FOSTER, Treasurer.
Xr'tiNliiomille Clotilc nuil
Corner of Alakca & King Su.
Feathers Cleaned nud Dyed.
No. 4 AdnmH IjIiiic.
Hals dyed and pressed,
FciitlieH cleaned and curled,
Nativo fltuiws sewed in all the latest
Lessons given in thlrty.six kinds of
fancy work, with drawing ami painting
Orders taken for all kinds of cmbroi
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Agont.
il Mercian St., Hoilnln.
Jly most faithful attention will be
gicn for thu
Purchase of Merchandise
pi Honolulu for tlie residents of thu
!)9 1 several Islands of this group, ly
Election f Oflicors.
AT the annual meeting of the People's
Ice it Refrigerator Co., Limited,
held on tho 2nd .March, the following
oillceiB were elected to terve for the
Mil. J. M. Bass... .President it Mnnngor
Mu. P.M. Sash Vlcu-President
Mil. W. E. FobTKii.. ..Sce'y A; Treasurer
Mu. J. II. Patv Auditor
Directors J. M. Suss, J. K. Wilder
and W. E. Foster.
W. E. FOSTER,
Sec'y P. I. & R. CoK
Honolulu, March 3, 168Q. 07 -H